These were among the most-read stories by Piedmont Patch viewers this past week:
The Piedmont police blotter from noon March 25 through March 28 includes the arrest of a prowler, a residential burglary, smashed car windows, two animal bites, marijuana smoking in public and a passport stolen 40 years ago.
The Piedmont Public Safety Committee on Thursday will discuss the proposal to install license plate cameras at city entrances and exits and also home or private surveillance camera systems.
The winning Fantasy 5 ticket wins the top prize of more than $207,000.
A recent visit to the Telegraph Avenue eatery got this editor wondering how long folks would be willing to wait in line to try the shop's popular chicken sandwich.
The program kicks off officially with a town hall meeting Saturday at 11:30 a.m. at the Beach School auditorium.
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